Cordwood Construction: Best Practices 2012

The new book Cordwood Construction: Best Practices 2012 has just arrived “hot off the presses.”   It is the work of long time cordwood builder Richard Flatau.  It is reported that this is the most up-to-date tome on cordwood building.

Cordwood Construction: Best Practices

 A log home building method using renewable resources and time honored techniques

List Price: $25.00

8.5″ x 11″ (21.59 x 27.94 cm)
Full Color on White paper
196 pages

Cordwood Construction Resources
ISBN-13: 978-0615592701 (Custom Universal)
ISBN-10: 0615592708
BISAC: House & Home / Do-It-Yourself / General

259 color photos, diagrams and formulas will take the novice or experienced builder from house plans to cordwood home occupancy. Sections include: mortar mixes, R-values, code compliance, types of wood, drying wood, shrinkage tables, foundations, how we became mortgage-free, post & beam framing, formulas for estimating materials, homeowners insurance, Cordwood Conferences 2005 & 2011 summary, Best Practices with cordwood construction, lime putty mortar, cob, paper enhanced mortars, Permachinking walls, building codes, color photo album, making stained glass bottle ends, how-to “mortar-up” a cordwood wall, tuck pointing, FAQ’s, maintenance, weight of a cordwood wall, cost analysis, Cordwood Education Center, White Earth Reservation cordwood home, a condensed version of Cordwood Cabin is included (which is architecturally drawn and state code approved and now serves as a classroom for the local public school), 196 pages, and much, much more…

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